my pc

  lauren2006 18:09 20 Nov 2006

hi all need some help i am wanting to sell my pc and would like to know what kind of price to be asking for it here is that i have

Antler PC-166 Black ATX Tower Case with P4 350W PSU


Intel® Pentium® 4 processor 2.66GHZ

512mb DDR memory

Western Digital 250GB 7200RPM ATA/100 2MB Cahce hard drive

Sony AW-G170AB2 18xDVD±RW/RAM Dual Layer Writer


windows xp pro

full working norton antivirus 2006

nero 7

comes with all the drives for the motherboard a copy of xp pro and nero 7
ps this is a brand new pc

  Fellsider 18:15 20 Nov 2006

So why are you selling it?

  lauren2006 18:17 20 Nov 2006

i have made this pc to sell on to try and make some money for xmas

  skidzy 18:23 20 Nov 2006

Due to the amount of cheap systems around now with warranty ranging from 1-3 years i would expect a price of £180-£200 would be fair.

Sorry if your disappointed Lauren.

  lauren2006 18:26 20 Nov 2006

what if i did a warranty for a year

  skidzy 18:43 20 Nov 2006

The thing is,how much do hope to raise with this sale ?

Without being rude or insulting you,i think most people will be looking for a warranty from a well known retailor such as Pcworld/Novatech/Evesham etc.

Ive been looking recently for a spare system for one of the kids and come across some for around £220.00 with XP Home/Sempron 2800 dvd rewriter etc.

And considering i have just rebuilt a system for under £100,bearing in mind i had the tower and hdd and second hand parts it works brilliantly.I just feel most would like a big name warranty.
Though im sure it will sell,the problem is how much you hope to get.

  lauren2006 19:06 20 Nov 2006

i know what you mean i just wanna make a little bit like £20 £30

  skidzy 19:08 20 Nov 2006

"make a little bit like £20 £30"

I take it you mean extra on top of the £180-£200

if not and only want £30.00 for the system,il have it :-)))

  lauren2006 19:33 20 Nov 2006

lol lol no it will be like 210 220 i want for it i will have to see

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